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Maternity leave in HK and importance of baby bonding in the first few months...

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    Try to see how flexible your work can be. Can you work from home or part time after your maternity leave? I'm working part time and I plan to until I can stop pumping. Most local mothers I know do a combo of breastfeeding and formula...although I can imagine drying up early could be an issue. Pumping is hard work, and it's easy to give up without the proper support. Good luck!

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    In the US you only get 6 weeks post delivery, but agreed 10 weeks sucks!

    I can't think of leaving my baby and she's turning 4 in April!!! ;-)

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